slightly cluttered yet clean area, pleasant staff. kitchen staff works in a tiny area creating edible at worst food, otherwise excellent. had the ’fatty chicken wrap’ which was awesome however chips and salsa were stale/watery respectively. the single beer i had was sub par as well but i dont hold that as a generalization. reminds me in many ways of likely my favorite brewpub in teh world: dark horse. quiet neighboorhood, tiny parking lot. definately worth checking out, and i too shall return.
It’s the oldest brewery in Florida, and it kind of shows with the additions that have been pieced together over the years. An outdoor patio, a main room that is alos the brewery and stage, a side nook room, and it looked like a tacked on bathroom area. Service was pretty decent, nothing to write home about, food and beer were about the same, unexciting. Worth a stop if you’re there, because there isn’t much.
Interesting little pub with many smallish rooms with different atmospheres. On a weekend lunch, the crowd was a fun blend of student groups and young families. Close to 7venth Sun, so it makes sense to combine and grab a meal here. Beers are okay, not very modern, but well-brewed in general. Just do not expect to be surprised, but sometimes you’re not in the mood for that. Okay sandwiches. Service was good.
An ecclectic sort of a smallish frat house with some room outdoors not overdone and could be done a little better. anyway the service is very friendly un assuming and welcoming. the food was kinda surprising in so much as it’s really good i mean hand made, fresh, well made with quality ingredients. the beers are also well made i mean delicious nice spot!
Stopped in for a couple beers, conveniently located around the corner from 7venth Sun. Came in during Monday night comedy night, which appears to be one of many events they do during the week. Furthest thing from clean comedy though that’s for sure. Still a fun time. Didn’t order food, though it looked really good. Good beer selection, with over a dozen taps. Decent beer. Grabbed a few stickers. Cool visit. Worth the stop for sure if you are already at 7venth Sun.
Finally made it out to the brewery. Their beer was the first Florida beer my wife bought for me when we started dating. So there is some sentimental value. This place had a band so it was standing room only. We spent most of it in the parking lot outside the beer garden. Tap selection was vast. Service was decent. We didn’t try the food, but heard it was pretty good. Will probably visit again when in town.
Stopped in on St. Patrick’s Day right before visiting 7venth Sun brewing. The food is decent, the staff was friendly and accommodating and the beer was about average with a few above average. Pretty crazy amount on draft, ( 14 the day we stopped in) I enjoyed the chicken sandwich I had and my friends enjoy the food as well.
They also have a small outside patio that was pack for St. Patty’s day. This is as good of place as any to start a day of sipping brews.
I tried to get here a few years ago, but back then they didn’t open until after 4:00pm, glad I got the chance finally! Nice selection on tap with a nice selection of bombers to go (with some barrel aged versions in bottles). I liked the food and it was kid friendly. Sat at a table in the back bar, and even though they were busy, the bartender gave us great service.